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Disability Insurance Attorneys Representing Real Estate Brokers Throughout the U.S.

At Disability Insurance Law Group, our lawyers represent real estate brokers nationwide when filing an initial claim, responding to an insurance company dispute, or when their claims have been denied to obtain the benefits they are entitled to after their lives are changed because of an injury or illness that keeps them from working.

Real estate brokers have a unique and crucial professional role in their industry, acting as intermediaries between buyers and sellers of real estate properties.

Unlike most professionals who work in salaried-based positions, real estate brokers are paid a commission for each real estate sale. The commission is calculated as a percentage of the property’s selling price, but it can also be a flat fee. Brokers can earn commissions from their transactions, and they may also earn additional income from the agents they supervise within their brokerage. Brokers often have higher income potential due to their ability to manage a team of agents and handle their own transactions.

This means their financial success is predicated on their ability to do their jobs well.

Because this is true, real estate agents and brokers often enroll in private disability insurance policies to protect their financial and physical well-being, should they become disabled in an accident or suffer an illness or condition that requires them to take time off work — temporarily or permanently.

If you are a real estate agent or broker pursuing your disability insurance coverage, it is typically because the unthinkable has happened. This means you may be under a tremendous amount of physical, emotional, and financial stress. The last thing you need are coverage delays, disputes, or denials. We can help.

Our trusted disability insurance claims lawyers represent real estate brokers throughout the U.S. when the insurance company fails to provide the agreed-upon coverage in their policies. We can help you understand your legal rights and options to pursue your disability insurance carrier, starting with a free consultation.

Real Estate Brokers disability insurance claim lawyers in Florida

What Do I Need to Bring to My First Meeting with a Disability Insurance Claims Attorney?

At Disability Insurance Law Group, we represent real estate brokers throughout the United States and protect your legal rights throughout the insurance claim process — whether you are filing an initial claim, responding to a claim dispute, or have had your claim denied and would like to appeal the decision — to ensure the insurance company follows the laws governed by your state and does not engage in bad faith practices.

Because we represent clients nationwide, we will review your claim in a way that is most convenient for you. We provide free in-person, telephone, and virtual consultations to offer straightforward legal advice for your unique needs.

To prepare for your initial meeting with our nationwide disability insurance attorneys, gather the following details:

  • Disability Insurance Policy

Be prepared to provide your policyholder information, such as your insurance policy number, the effective date of the policy, and contact details for your insurance company. Provide a copy of your disability insurance policy, including all the policy documents, riders, endorsements, and any related correspondence with the insurance company.

  • Claim Correspondence

Bring any correspondence with the insurance company regarding your disability claim, including letters, emails, or other written communication.

  • Medical Records

Bring all relevant medical records, including doctor’s reports, test results, treatment notes, and any other medical documentation that supports your disability claim. Provide the names and contact information of the healthcare professionals diagnosing and treating your disability.

  • Financial Information

Bring documents related to your financial situation, such as tax returns, bank statements, pay stubs, and any evidence of income loss resulting from your disability.

  • Personal Statement

Be prepared to provide a detailed personal statement describing your disability, its impact on your ability to work, and your efforts to seek treatment and support.

  • Disability Claim Documents

Bring any forms, applications, or documents related to your disability insurance claim, including the initial claim application and any appeals you have submitted.

  • Questions and Concerns

Prepare a list of questions and concerns you have regarding your disability insurance claim. This will help guide the conversation and allow us to provide helpful information that will enable you to make informed decisions about your claim.

From here, we will review the information, assess your case, and discuss potential strategies for filing your initial insurance claim or appealing your disability claim.

No matter where you live or work in the U.S., we can help. Contact our nationwide disability insurance claims attorneys today to get the legal guidance you need to take the next step in pursuing the coverage you deserve. Let us take the lead in your case and follow actual results that allow you to enjoy the quality of life of putting your claim behind you, just as we have successfully done for thousands of professionals nationwide.

At Disability Insurance Law Group, we also offer insurance claims for the following occupations:

Contact Our Dedicated Disability Insurance Claims Attorneys for Real Estate Brokers Today

Contact our skilled disability insurance attorneys for real estate brokers nationwide today by calling (954)-989-9000 or contact us online to schedule a completely free and confidential case assessment so we can put our over 50 years of combined experience to work for you — no matter where you work or live in the U.S.

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